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Corney Reach

The Client wanted a whole lot more out of the master bedroom than the original layout allowed; en suite, more wardrobe space, hotel vibes. It was also important to take advantage of the best feature - a view over the River Thames!

The en suite was a conundrum as there was no walkway to access it. Our solution was to move the bed into the middle of the room and build a beautiful headboard. This doubled up as a room divider and some helpful bedtime storage.

The other stroke of genius here was that by moving the bed, the amazing views could be seen whilst snuggled up in bed with a cup of tea.

The bespoke headboard is spray lacquered with upholstery inlay and because we were tight on space we also inlaid reading lights. On the sides, there are charging sockets, space for a glass of water and book. On the back, more book storage.

We also created his and hers wardrobe with mirrors to reflect the light and create space as you walk up the stairs.

For her, we used dark sumptuous colors as they are be in an area which is full of natural light. We also made a bespoke dressing table, including mirror cabinet with hidden storage behind it.

His wardrobe are a lot lighter in color and sleeker style as they are in a smaller space with less light.

We were invited back after completion of the bedroom to do the kids bathroom. They wanted to fit a bath and shower into a small room that didn't allow it. So we stole some space from a wardrobe in the adjacent bedroom. So we were able to fit in shower, bath and double sink.